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. >> this is such a big issue. i thank you very much. >> i can't wait to meet ann coulter. >> well, come on down. i'll make a party. eric and i will host you both. >> absolutely. >> that will be an interesting dinner. thank you both. >>> up next, you know, equally controversial, sheriff joe and he's got an idea for keeping school kids safe. what else? he's rounded up a posse. >>> then how does a young woman go to a cop when it's a cop she should be afraid of after this. [ kimi ] atti d i had always called oregon home. until i got a job in the big apple. becoming a fulltime indoor cat wasn't easy for atti. but he had purina cat chow indoor. he absolutely loved it. and i knew he was getting everything he needed to stay healthy indoors. and after a couple of weeks, i knew we were finally home! [ female announcer ] purina cat chow indoor. and for a delicious way to help maintain a healthy weight, try new purina cat chow healthy weight. >> the one thing i sort of agree with was the proposal you just heard, to put an armed guard in every school. our controversial sheriff joe arpaio has a satellite differ
about race than it is about guns is ann coulter, the one and only. hi. >> hello. >> in chicago, a city plagued by violence, santita jackson joins us. how are you? >> why are you not in washington for the party. >> i'm on my way tomorrow. i'm with you and ann tonight. >> thanks for postponing your plans to be with me. am i color blind, james holmes, jared layof loughner, adam lanz, everyone with the exception of the asian guy in virginia tech and the black guy on the long island railroad, virtually every one of these mass shootings was a crazy white guy. >> and the arab at fort hood. those are the recent ones. that's true. that is not my leading point. that is a response to the argument that it's guns that are like crawling out of the drawers and killing people. it's a problem of human beings, and liberals are always citing like homicide rates in europe. there's a lost factors that go into homicides. one of the biggest ones is they're not being armed citizens there. the next big one is mental illness, and again, i blame you for that, geraldo. >> well, you're referring to the fact that i
and hard working." tell that to the dalai lama. ann coulter for saying guns aren't the problem. at least not white people with guns. and pay no attention to who's done the last few massacres. the quickie goes to -- >> thank you. ann coulter you've won the award and now here are anne's exact words. >> you compare white populations, we have the same murder rate as belgium. so perhaps it is not a gun problem. it is a demographic problem. >> john: ann's not a racist. anyone who thinks white people aren't killing folks in belgium hasn't seen bruge. some of ann's best friends are demographics. ann coulter couldn't be here tonight on account of being hateful overseas. we accept this award on its at cepacol we've heard people are going to extremes to relieve their sore throats. oh, okay, you don't need to do that. but i don't want any more of the usual lozenges and i want new cooling relief! ugh. how do you feel? now i'm cold. hmm. this is a better choice. new cepacol sensations cools instantly, and has an active ingredient that stays with you long after the lozenge is gone. ahhh. not j
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people walk toward her during surgery. sitting next to me, ann coulter. her latest book is called mugged, 101 different ways to brew teas. congratulations. and you can be sure his writing will never be exciting. our new york times correspondent, good to see you, pinch. >> it is the scientology tell all called "going clear" but after a threatening meeting with the church's lawyers they can safely say this so-called book is poppycock. it is as evil as therapists and the obvious work of an sp. all hail the emperor from the planet schmar. >> a-block. the lede. that's the first story. >> was manti living a man-lie? the football star at notre dame claim he was duped into being in a long-distance relationship with a woman he never met. her supposed death from leukemia along with the passing of his grandmother was news as the team went defeated. manti te'o persevere eddie spite his -- despite his heartache. >> this must be emotional losing your grandmother and girlfriend. how would you describe your emotions ? >> they are there with me. i couldn't do it without them and couldn't do it without th
, save america, glenn beck, and rachel maddow, "drift" and ann coulter's mugged. did either of you pick up any of these books because they always make the best sellers list for a couple of weeks, don't they? >> guest: yeah, they do. specifically the ann coulter book, she switched publishers largely because of one point anytime you put a book with her name and her face on the cover, it would have guaranteed sales well into the six figures. with time that has been dropping and dropping. it seems as if she has had to bump rhetoric and argumentative streak in order to sell fewer and fewer copies. so it will be interesting to see what she does for her next book and how far she is willing to go to make a buck to sell the book so to speak. >> guest: i thought "drift" by rachel maddow went beyond the usual pundit polemic vote. it's questioning american military power and a lot of that you could say is not really written from a liberal perspective. she is an unabashed and liberal but she is also, she is on tv but i think she has a ph.d. in something. political science i think and i think charles
. >> up tomorrow, we'll be joined by attorney, author, conservative, ann coulter, and former pentagon official, kt mcfarland, and the coupon mom, stephanie nelson, she tells us why more food stamps are not necessary, be with here for that tomorrow. tonight, the president, signing tonight, the president, signing up to sing his praises at the officemax has exactly the ink... your business needs... at prices that keep you...out of the red. this week get a bonus $15 itunes gift card with any qualifying $75 ink purchase. find thousands of big deals now... at officemax. [ slap! ] [ male announcer ] your favorite foods fighting you? fight back fast with tums. calcium-rich tums starts working so fast you'll forget you h heartburn. ♪ tum tum tum tum tums olaf gets great rewards for his small business! pizza! [ garth ] olaf's small busins earns 2% cash back on every purchase, ery day! helium delivery. put it on my spark card! [ pop! ] [ garth ] why settle for less? great businesses deserve great rewards! awesome!!! [ male announcer ] the spark business card from capital one. choose unlimited
attention before, my guess is they're beginning to now. thank you, ann coulter. officials in putnam county new york fighting back after a newspaper published on-line maps detailing names and addresses of gun rmit holders into neighboring counties. putnam county ofcials are refusing to and -- hand over any information to the journal news on gun permits. for the latest in this battle and joined by putnam county executive maryellen adelle. great to have you with us. >> thank you. lou: you have taken a principled stand knowing that you are violating the law in this instance or at least on its face. >> that is the question. lou: standing up for the folks do you think have a right to privacy on this issue. >> sure. easy. easy call to make. it was a gut check when our county clerk who really, you know, the records office took the lead on this. obviously as colleagues we consult. my deputy county executive who is an attorney. and we talked to our department and said, we think there are some case instances. lou: but on its face the newspaper, as it seems capriciously publishing this material. there
this to fruition. >> juan gonzalez, the comments of ann coulter;s , as when she said, "i think so our rights are for blacks. what have we done to the immigrants? we all black people something. we have a legacy of slavery. immigrants have an even been in this country." >> she neglects to deal with the reality in of u.s.-mexican history. the entire southwest of the u.s. was taken from mexico and the mexican-american war of 1846. there were mexicans living on the land when the u.s. to get over in the tree of guadalupe hidalgo. you know, some mexicans often say the original -- the descendants of those original settlers, "we didn't cross the border, the border crossed us." she neglects to deal with the reality of the puerto rican existence in the u.s. there are nearly 5 million, 44 6 million puerto rican -- u.s. citizens of puerto rican descent in the u.s. and another 4 million, roughly, on the island of puerto rico. and the puerto rican is never went anywhere. they were just captured as a prize of war in the spanish- american war and 1898 by the united states and declared citizens by congress ag
is not always welcome. but i still think you have to try. maybe if you are not app coulter -- anne coulter, you should try. again they are impressionable and the last one out will win their view point. >> was that right about the college? was it hofstra? >> i don't know. >> he was too busy looking up cat facts. >> no. i am calling it frumpy old man. >> nice. >> harris, you said the fact that we are advocating for different voices on campus does president mean we want to get rid of the voice is already there. they said that's what it does mean. >> no. when you have two people in a room and one is shouting louder than the other and you just say let's bring it down a little bit and have everyone talk at the same level so we can pick our own ideas, you are not telling the other person to be quiet. you are saying let's have a balanced conversation. >> if you don't agree with that that's fine. i am just telling you what they are telling me. >> have i a brain of my own. >> a lot of people arguing against science. selective editing on the heckling video. among the media out lits -- outlets is buzz feed
, thank you, both. >> up tomorrow, we'll be joined by attorney, author, conservative, ann coulter, and former pentagon official, kt mcfarland, and the coupon mom, stephanie nelson, she tells us why more food stamps are not necessary, be with here for that tomorrow. tonight, the president, signing up to sing his praises at the inauguration, the a-team lovesve that. y use helps you be ready anytime the moment's right. y use you can be more confident in your ability to be ready. and the same cialis is the only daily ed tablet approved to treat ed and symptoms of bph, like needing to go frequently or urgently. tell your doctor about all your medical conditions and medications, and ask if your heart is healthy enough for sexual activity. do not take cialis if you take nitrates for chest pain, as this may cause an unsafe drop in blood pressure. do not drink alcohol in excess with cialis. side effects may include headache, upset stomach, delayed backache or muscle ache. tovoid long-term injury, seek immediate medical help for an erection lasting more than four hours. if you have any sudd
beck had so many bestsellers. ann coulter has so many best -- i know you do not need to sell a about the rapture. these were the number-one selling books in america, and it was right over my head, and that is when i realized that there is no answer to that question. the second part of it, you know, i like the serendipity engines. i like the browser. i like slate. i love arts and letters daily. memo. stuff. times. i belong to an anthropologist listserv because i care more about neanderthal than anything. [laughter] it is very quirky in strange and i love my twitter feet. it has a lot of people, 20 times more than i do, but it is really good. >> i want to thank the kierkegaard of our media age for her wealth of knowledge tonight. >> thank you so much. >> thank you, so much. [applause] >> and i would like to thank both of you for an entertaining and fun evening. >> let me also note that there is a book signing at the door as you leave. >> and the book is great, and i highly recommend it, and it is funny. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] >> coming up on "washington
attention before, my guess is they're beginning to now. thank you ann coulter. officials in putnam county new york fighting back after a newspaper published on-line maps detailing names and addresses of gun permit holders into neighboring counties. putnam county officials are refusing to and -- hand over any information to the journal news on gun permits. for the latest in this battle and joined by putnam county executive maryellen adelle. great to have you with us. >> thank you. lou: you have taken a principled stand knowing that you are violating the law in this instance or at least on its face. >> that is the question. lou: standing up for the folks do you think have a right to privacy on this issue. >> sure. easy. easy call to make. it was a gut check when our county cler who rally, you know, the records office took the lead on this. obviously as colleagues we consult. my deputy county executive who is an attorney. and we talked to our department and said, we think there are some case instances. lou: but on
, always compelling conservative author ann coulter says this is not a gun problem. it is a demographic problem. she joins us here next. officemax has exactly the ink... your business needs... at prices that keep you...out of the red. this week get a bonus $15 itunes gift card with any qualifying $75 ink purchase. find thousands of big deals now... at officemax. ♪ lou: the president begins his second term, sworn in in a private ceremony sunday, but with a troubling development. consumer confidence at the lowest level in more than a year . americans are worried, and it may be because of a lack of real progress on the economy and on some many fronts. when the president took office, the unemployed rate was just under 8%. i want to show you some of the rather static conditions that we face in the economy. back in 2009. now. in january of 2009 the poverty rate in this country was 15%. 15 percent. today, you guessed it, 15 percent. 32 million people were on food stamps back in 2009. 32 million. today an astonishing 47. forty-seven and a half million people. i still am stunned by that number
, i believe it would be an impeachable offense. >> ann coulter on race and violence. >> if you compare white populations, we have the same murder rate as belgium, so perhaps it's not a gun problem, it is a demographic problem, which liberals are the ones pushing, pushing, pushing. >> and, of course, there was the mad hatter himself, rush limbaugh weighing in on the president's choice of backdrop for today's remarks. >> obama uses kids as human shields. he brings these kids supposedly who wrote letters to the white house after newtown. it's going to be very difficult, very difficult to oppose it. you've got these little kids there. they don't want to die -- how can you -- how can you not listen to them? got to do something. that's the picture. >> lest david corn rethink that rush limbaugh has somehow figured out how not to be tone deaf and totally insensitive. >> you couldn't make that up. if you try to come up with the most despicable thing rush limbaugh could do, you could not top that. actually, i kind of have reservations about the president or anybody using kids in a political poli
on undocumented workers. >> luke, you know, i remember quite clearly ann coulter commenting a while back after health care immigration was the big issue that conservatives needed to focus on because, quote, if the entire country goes the way of california republicans will never be able to win a national election again. i understand the political reality that republicans feel like they have got to get this issue off the table if they make any inroads with latinos but is there also a fear among republicans that if you do have a pathway to citizenship for 11 million new people those are 11 million new people, 70% of which may be voting democratic? >> oh, sure. i definitely think there are folks within the house republican conference and the senate republican conference that do fear that, oh sure, if you let all latinos come over here they'll be democratic. statistics show us some people vote the way of hair parents or voted twice that way they continue their life and the overwhelming majority within both chambers is the idea that, look, we believe in republican principles enough that we think tha
, and it will smash your house. even if you are ann coulter. we have to understand this is more about internalizing the science and making the science become part of the cultural vocabulary. the problem with the right-wing, a big cloud of disinformation is people are very naive and the arts can help catalyze a more emotional discussion. the numbers spar speaking already. we have ted record level drops and firestorms -- we have had record level droughts and firestorms. you would have to be in an absolute fool or someone like george bush cannot process that. it's incredible. it is still have to point out hi, your losses on fire. that's my take on it. >> one more question, on the left. >> thank you. part of what you said about the gift giving economy, there was a book on that. and there's another book " the ethnography." with social movements around the world in the coming year, do you see it going more towards reaction and then fizzling out or accelerating the move from creative to a reactive force? >> everything is reaction to something. we all came from something extreme before us. yes, you want to
, but the public does not exist anymore. glenn beck had so many bestsellers. ann coulter has so many best -- i know you do not need to sell a lot of books to have a best seller. these people -- i remember -- i realized many years ago when the "left behind" series came out about the rapture. these were the number-one selling books in america, and it was right over my head, and that is when i realized that there is no answer to that question. the second part of it, you know, i like the serendipity engines. i like the browser. i like slate. i love arts and letters daily. i like to go to talking points memo. i go to note for political stuff. of course, i read the new york times. i belong to an anthropologist listserv because i care more about neanderthal than anything. it is very quirky in strange and i love my twitter feet. it has a lot of people, 20 times more than i do, but it is really good. >> i want to thank the kierkegaard of our media age for her wealth of knowledge tonight. >> thank you so much. >> thank you, so much. >> and i would like to thank both of you for an entertaining and fun evening
to have overplayed their hand. ann coulter was never fun to me. they are building more cultural capital now. i'm hoping to see a lot more of the people who actually won the culture wars which is people who believe in human rights, women's choice, gay marriage, all these things that would make normal tea party people burst in flames. great. >> you live on the other coast. you live in san francisco. things were different. you had occupy oakland and you had a different feel. what's your view on the last few years of social movement? >> well, i think you're right. the occupy movement and the tea party movement have and both have fizzled away. you know, i saw what happened in oakland with occupy. they -- well, you know, they -- they -- they -- occupy's problem was that they understood consensus to a fall, they began the degradation of the democratic dogma and then you couldn't come up with a mature way to deal with -- with -- create discourse within their ranks. to do that you have to concede there's such a thing as hierarchy and it's not necessarily patriarchal or evil. >> it's a massive ga
. >> all righty, ann coulter says the snarky web side gawker.com, the headline says it all "here's a list of all the a-holes who own guns in new york city, 446 pages worth. critics say publicly naming gun owners is a dangerous thing to do, invites criminals into your home or outs police officers and fbi agencies or fbi agents rather. maybe that's understandable but there seems to be a cult of secrecy about gun ownership in america. the nra successfully lobbied to have it included in obama care a provision that prevents doctors from asking patients if they own a gun, and the nra also opposes a national gun database. what's the big deal? why not say how many guns you sell? or allow law enforcement to create a list of registered gun owners. talk back question today why the secrecy surrounding guns? facebook.com/carolcnn or tweet me @carolcnn. i'll be back. [ male announcer ] this is joe woods' first day of work. and his new boss told him two things -- cook what you love, and save your money. joe doesn't know it yet, but he'll work his way up from busser to waiter to chef before opening a res
stepping up, taking on this congressman or taking on ann coulter or rush limbaugh for the freak show rhetoric they're engaging in? >> let's go back to the issue of executive order. i interviewed a democrat for arizona. he said he was not too excited about the president issuing executive orders either when it came to gun control. he would much rather that a law went through congress. so some democrats are strongly against the idea of executive order, too. >> i'll tell you something, as a democrat, i took on george w. bush for many of the executive orders he put in place. there's a real debate to be had. but first step is seeing what the executive orders are. right now he's talking about administrative steps. he's also talking about doing much more aggressive sharing of mental health information. and much more aggressive background checks. there's a place to be had for that debate about those points. >> harry reid weighed in on the potential assault weapons ban. here's what he told one las vegas tv station. >> let's be realistic. in the senate we'll do what we think can get through the
your guns! >> stephanie: exactly. [knock at door] >> i need some guns! >> stephanie: all right. ann coulter on hannity. >> on the gun crimes, we keep hearing how low they are in europe. they're low when they have no guns. if you compare white populations, we have the same murder rate as belgium so perhaps it's not a gun problem. it is a demographic problem which liberals are the ones pushing, pushing pushing more colin fergusons and whoever he shot at fort hood. why are they coming in to begin with. >> stephanie: by the way -- [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] road flare mary among others talking about the gun crime in chicago. gun crime in chicago. because they -- there's no gun ban anymore. it has been gone for two years in 2010. another dramatic victory for firearm owners. supreme court ruled unconstitutional chicago's strict ban on handgun ownership. >> look what happens. >> stephanie: yes. it is the reverse in new york city. okay. glenn beck. >> it is because of the blacks. >> stephanie: right. when they were not causing the mortgage crisis. and stealing her son's food stamps in
like jumbo shrimp. dick morris and ann coulter who all predicted the president would lose in a landslide. let's dive into the right-wing world. see what's doing today. we already did the sounder. do you want to do it again? [ ♪ circus ♪ ] >> obama and the white house have narrative setters in the liberal media who are just raring to blame republicans for not giving in enough. i think it's obvious that this was the strategy to drive a wedge between house conservative republicans and house capitulation republicans and now, of course, between the senate republicans and the house republicans and if they don't come up with something again that wedge gets driven further and obama can sit in the catbird seat and blame blame, blame republicans for their obstructionism. >> it is called politics. >> stephanie: by the way he won again! [ ♪ nah nah nah nah nah ♪ ] >> somebody probably needs to tell michelle. >> stephanie: neener nanny boo-boo. >> ultimately, the mainstream media will rebel in the republican p
.s. military as a linguistic and cultural -- on the planet with the u.s. military as a link with ann coulter advisor. i was with the army and then with the marines -- as a cultural adviser. i was with the army and then with the marines. i saw how the u.s. is doing in afghanistan and what is going on. many americans feel we are wasting time there and spending a lot of money there and doing this and that. my answer to those americans is that we are not wasting time. america is not wasting time. yes, we are spending a lot of tax money there, but i think it is worth it. let's not just watch the tv and have a negative side. let's have the outcome -- let's see the outcome in afghanistan. host: why is it worth it? caller: i spent time in afghanistan during the mujahedin time and the taliban time. i had nothing coming from those two regimes. i saw there--- theur negative points. i graduated high school in 2003. in 2004, i started working as an interpreter. i saw every second of the transition been made. security is not much better, but it is getting toward that. the education has gone higher. the ec
. it will come and it will smash your house. if it is ann coulter, it will smash her house, sorry. the problem with the right-wing agenda with this huge cloud of disinformation is that essentially people are very naive. the art will help catalyzed an emotional discussion. the numbers are already speaking. we have had record level drops, firestorms, now storms. -- record level droughts, firestorms, now storms. you would have to be an absolute fool or somebody like george bush cannot process that. it is incredible. you still have to point out -- your house is on fire. really? anyway, that is my take on it as a downtown dj. >> let's get one very brief question here. the last question and answer, on the left. >> thank you. part of what you said about the gift-giving economy, an anthropologist wrote a book about the economy and also wrote another book that touches on the sort of things that came up with occupied oakland -- with occupy oakland. going from an active to a reactive standpoint. the social movements around the world, maybe you can speak to it. do you see it going more toward reaction and
ann coulter's books to the fiction section. >> that would be horror section. come on. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: tina dupuy great stuff as always, and it was lovely and delightful to see you in person in dc.t again soon. >> thank you stephanie. >> stephanie: there she goes tina dupuy. >> and she is with the contributor.com. >> yeah. >> and she is smoking hot. >> stephanie: so noted. thank you counselor. we'll be right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> announcer: she is your human prozac. it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪ i think the number one thing that viewers like about the young turks is that we're honest. they can question whether i'm right, but i think that the audience gets that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us. ♪ ♪ hey -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ -- put a record on i want to dance with my baby -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ says people come together ♪ >> stephanie: uh-huh. it is the "stephanie miller show." welcome to it. twenty-two minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number t
. the public doesn't exist anymore. bollenbach, you know, had so many best sellers. ann coulter come i know you don't have to sell a lot of books to have a best seller what these people -- i remember i realize many years ago when the left behind a series came out about the rapture of these were the number one selling books in america, and it was like right over my head, and that's when i realized that there is no answer to that question. the second part of it, you know, i like my serendipity, slate, i like arts and letters daily and devoted talking points memo, i go there for political stuff and i read "the new york times," you know, i belong to the policy lists because i care more about me under false deacons -- neanderthal more than anything. but individually they are tailored to me to read and twitter which i am devoted to, which has a lot of people, ten, 20 times more than i do, but it's really good. >> i want to thank the guard of the media age for their wealth of knowledge tonight. >> thank you so much. >> i would like to thank both of you for an entertaining and fun evening. >> i would a
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